List of Bombardier CSeries orders and deliveries

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Bombardier CSeries Flight Test Vehicle (FTV1) during its first flight

This article lists the orders made by airlines and other buyers for the Bombardier CSeries family of aircraft, currently in production by Bombardier Aerospace, aerospace division of the Canadian plane and train manufacturer Bombardier Inc..

Orders and deliveries[edit]

Net orders (cumulative by year)
As of 12 May 2017
Type Ordered Delivered[1]
CS100 118 8
CS300 242 3
Total 360 11

Note: As of 31 March 2017, the backlog of 352 firm orders includes 137 firm orders with conversion rights to the other CSeries aircraft model.[2]

Orders and deliveries by year

2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 Total
Net orders 0 50 40 43 15 34 61 0 117 0 360
Deliveries[1] 7 4 11

Operators[edit]

Deliveries and operators sortable, presorted by customer
  • Ord — number of aircraft ordered from Bombardier
  • Del — number of aircraft delivered by Bombardier
  • Opr — number of aircraft currently in operation with specified airline
  •   Leasing Company.
Customer Ord Del Opr Ord Del Opr Ord Del Opr Note
CS100 CS300 Total
airBaltic 20 3 3 20 3 3 CS300 launch operator[N]
Air Canada 45 45
Air Tanzania Leased from Tanzanian Government Flight Agency
Al Qahtani Aviation Company 16 16 Operated by SaudiGulf
Braathens Leasing Ltd. 5 5 10 Operated by Braathens Regional Aviation
Braathens Regional Aviation Leased from Braathens Leasing Ltd.
Delta Air Lines 75 75
Falcon Aviation Services 2 2
Gulf Air 10 10
Ilyushin Finance Co. 20 20
Iraqi Airways 5 5
Korean Air 10 10
Lease Corporation International 3 17 20
Lufthansa Group[3] 10 8 20 30 8 Operated by Swiss Global Air Lines
Macquarie AirFinance 40 40
Odyssey Airlines 10 10
PrivatAir 5 5
Republic Airways Holdings 40 40
SaudiGulf Leased from Al Qahtani Aviation Company
Swiss Global Air Lines 8 8 Leased from Lufthansa,[3][4] CS100 launch operator
Tanzanian Government Flight Agency 2 2 Operated by Air Tanzania
CS100 CS300 Total
Ord Del Opr Ord Del Opr Ord Del Opr
Totals 118 8 8 242 3 3 360 11 11
Backlog 110 239 349

Firm orders[edit]

Orders sortable, presorted by date
  • EIS — Planned entry into service
  • TBD — To be defined
  •  ? — Date not known
  •   Firm order
  •   Cancelled order
Date Customer EIS CS100 CS300 TBD Total Options Purchase rights Press Release
10 March 2009 Lufthansa Group
for Swiss Global Air Lines
2016 30 30 30 [3][5]
30 March 2009 Lease Corporation International 2017 3 17 20 20 [6]
25 February 2010 Republic Airways Holdings  ?[L] 40 40 40 [7]
1 June 2011 Braathens Leasing Ltd.
for Braathens Regional Aviation
 ?[O] 5 5 10 10 [8][9][10]
7 June 2011 Undisclosed[B] 3 3 3 [11]
20 June 2011 Gulf Air[C] 2018 10 10 6 [12][13]
24 June 2011 Odyssey Airlines[D] 2017 10 10 [14][15][16]
29 July 2011 Korean Air 2017 10 10 10 10 [17]
19 January 2012 PrivatAir 2017 5 5 5 [18]
20 December 2012 airBaltic 2016 10 10 10 [19]
31 March 2013 Undisclosed[B] -3 -3 -3 [20]
4 June 2013 Ilyushin Finance Co. 2017 32 32 10 [21][22]
4 December 2013 Iraqi Airways 2017 5 5 11 [23]
16 January 2014 Al Qahtani Aviation Company
for SaudiGulf
2017 16 16 10 [24]
9 February 2014 airBaltic[H] 3 3 -3 [25][26]
14 July 2014 Falcon Aviation Services[I]  ? 2 2 [27]
26 September 2014 Macquarie AirFinance 2017 40 40 10 [28]
15 June 2015 Swiss Global Air Lines[A] -10 10 0 [29]
12 April 2016 airBaltic 7 7 -7 [30]
28 April 2016 Delta Air Lines 2018 75 75 50 [31]
4 June 2016 Swiss Global Air Lines[A] -5 5 0 [32]
28 June 2016 Air Canada 2019 45 45 30 [33]
5 August 2016 Ilyushin Finance Co.[M] -12 -12 -10 [34]
2 December 2016 Tanzanian Government Flight Agency
for Air Tanzania
2018 2 2 [35][36]
16 March 2017 Swiss Global Air Lines[A] -5 5 0 [37]
Total firm orders 118 242 360 232 10

Commitments[edit]

Commitments sortable, presorted by date
  • TBD — To be defined
  •   Commitment
  •   Commitment converted into order
  •   Cancelled order
Date Customer CS100 CS300 TBD Total Options Purchase rights Press Release Note
13 July 2008 Lufthansa (30) (30) (30) [38] Converted into firm order
9 January 2009 Eznis Airways 7 7 [39] Not reported as official by Bombardier and airline ceased operations in 2014.
21 June 2011 Korean Air (10) (10) (10) (10) [40] Converted into firm order
17 August 2011 Ilyushin Finance Co. (3) (7) (10) (10) (10) [41] Converted into conditional order
15 November 2011 AtlasGlobal 10 10 5 [42]
8 July 2012 CDB Leasing Co.[E] 5 10 15 15 [43][44] Conditional order
10 July 2012 airBaltic (10) (10) (10) [45] Converted into firm order
19 December 2012 Porter Airlines[F] (12) (12) (18) [46] Converted commitment into conditional order
20 February 2013 Ilyushin Finance Co. (32) (32) (10) [47] Conditional order converted into firm order
10 April 2013 Porter Airlines 12 12 18 [48] Conditional order[G]
19 November 2013 Iraqi Airways (5) (5) (11) [49] Converted into firm order
26 February 2014 Falcon Aviation Services (1) (1) (1) [50] Converted commitment and option into firm order[27]
12 July 2014 Falko Regional Aircraft 24 24 [51]
14 July 2014 Zhejiang Loong Airlines Co. 20 20 [52]
14 July 2014 Air Arabia Jordan 2 2 2 [53]
16 July 2014 Undisclosed African airline[J] 5 5 [54]
16 July 2014 Undisclosed existing customer[K] 7 7 6 [55] Conditional order
17 March 2015 flymojo 20 20 20 [56]
17 February 2016 Air Canada (45) (45) (30) [57] Converted into firm order[33]
Total commitments 83 27 5 115 60 6

In March 2010, easyJet stated that the company was having "ongoing discussions with Bombardier regarding its CSeries.[58] But airline has since ordered Airbus A320-200 and A320neo.

In December 2009, United Airlines expressed interest in using the CS100 and CS300 for replacing its retiring 737–300 and 737-500 aircraft,[59] Future order is unlikely as airline has made orders for Airbus A319-100 and Boeing 737-800.

Orders, commitments & deliveries graph[edit]

Options & Purchase Rights Graph[edit]

See also[edit]

Bombardier Aerospace aircraft
Similar aircraft

Notes[edit]

A The carrier, in June 2015, converted 10 of the CS100 on order to CS300 frames for delivery in 2017.[29] 5 more CS100 aircraft were converted to CS300 in June 2016.[32] The remaining 5 CS100 were convertible to the larger variant within the end of 2016; Swiss announced with their 2016 financial results in March 2017 that they finalized the conversion.[37]
B The firm order signed by this undisclosed airline was terminated due to financial difficulties of the customer and removed from the backlog during the first quarter of 2013.[20]
C This order was originally announced as signed by an undisclosed airline, reported as a major network carrier.[12] It was disclosed in June 2013 that the airline was Gulf Air.[13] It was at first announced as the first operator of the CS100 aircraft, however, Gulf Air deferred their deliveries until 2018, as part of its restructuring plan.[60] As a result, Braathens Regional Aviation was to be the first airline to receive the CS100, but declined the role due to the program's delays.[61][62]
D The contract signed by this new startup airline was originally announced as firmed by an undisclosed European airline. Media sources initially reported the customer as Odyssey Airlines.[63][64] Bombardier revealed the identity of this customer during the 2013 Paris Air Show (June 17–23).[15][65] At the end of March 2014, Odyssey CEO revealed that the CS100 the airline has on order would be delivered during 2016.[16]
E The lessor was originally disclosed as an unnamed customer.[43] On October 18, 2013, Bombardier announced that CDB Leasing was the company that signed this conditional order and contextually added 15 options to the previous deal.[44]
F The airline was previously identified as an undisclosed airline in the Americas.[46]
G Porter Airlines specified that the two conditions that would have led to a firm contract would have been the approval by the Government of Canada, the city of Toronto and the Toronto Port Authority of an amendment to the Tripartite Agreement, that bans jet aircraft from operating into Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport (Toronto Island) and a runway extension of 168 metres (551 ft) on each end of the runway. The Government of Canada refused to open the agreement.[66]
H airBaltic signed a top up firm order at the Singapore Airshow in February 2014 and initially requested to remain unidentified. According to numbers provided by Bombardier, this order consisted of converted options.[25] On July 14, 2014, Bombardier revealed the top up order came from airBaltic.[26]
I This order by was included in Bombardier's Q1 2014 Financial Report but not officially announced by a Press Release until the 2014 Farnborough Airshow in July.[27][67]
J This airline, which asked to remain unidentified at the time, is an existing Bombardier customer based in Africa.[54]
K Flightglobal reported that this top-up order came from existing customer Ilyushin Finance Co.[68] The lessor's website also reports a total of 39 CS300 on order.[69]
L During the second quarter of 2016, following bankruptcy proceedings of Republic Airways Holdings, Bombardier removed Republic's order from its production plan, despite retaining it on the backlog.[70]
M Due to the economic situation in Russia, IFC revisited its order for 32 CS300 aircraft plus 10 option to 20 CS300 aircraft plus additional Bombardier Q400 aircraft.[34]
N On 17 June 2015 at the Paris Airshow, airBaltic confirmed it will be the launch operator of the CS300 in the fourth quarter of 2016.[71] The airline received its first CS300 at the end of November 2016, commencing CSeries operations on the 14th December 2016.[72]
O In March 2017, Braathens Regional Aviation announced it would postpone all of its orders for the CSeries indefinitely after a new Swedish ticket tax was proposed which is expected to decrease passenger demand.[73]

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